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The San Francisco Ballet Blog has moved

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The San Francisco Ballet Blog has moved has moved. We’ve transferred most of the posts from this website to a new section on our website called EXPLORE. There, we’ll continue to share interviews, insights, and history about our extraordinary art form. You’ll also be able to listen to podcasts and watch videos about the Company, our artists, and the […]

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Dancing Romeo & Juliet

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We sat down with a few of the principal dancers performing in this year’s production of Romeo & Juliet to get their point-of-view on this classic ballet.   Yuan Yuan Tan When did you first see Romeo & Juliet? What did you think? “I first saw Romeo & Juliet on TV, it was of the Royal Ballet […]

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Principal Casting for Les Etés de la Danse Festival

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Principal Casting for SF Ballet Les Etés de la Danse Festival Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, France In the event of injury or illness, casting is subject to change *Denotes dancer premiere in ballet Yuan Yuan Tan and Luke Ingham in Scarlett’s Hummingbird (© Erik Tomasson) THURSDAY, JULY 10—8PM—OPENING NIGHT GALA ALLES WALZER Choreographer: Renato Zanella […]

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Principal Casting for Spoleto

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PRINCIPAL CASTING FOR SF BALLET SPOLETO ENGAGEMENT TEATRO ROMANO   SF Ballet in Ratmansky’s From Foreign Lands (© Erik Tomasson) In the event of injury or illness, casting is subject to change *Denotes dancer premiere in ballet FRIDAY, JULY 4—9:15PM—OPENING NIGHT FROM FOREIGN LANDS Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky Composer: Moritz Moszkowski Russian: Sasha De Sola, Davit […]

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